Multiuser DOS

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Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Others Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86, Motorola 86000 Based on: Concurrent Wikipedia: Multiuser DOS Media: Install The last version | Released: 7.22 R18 | April 21, 2005 Multiuser DOS – a real-time multi-user multi-tasking operating system for IBM PC-compatible microcomputers. An evolution of the older Concurrent CP/M-86, Concurrent … Read moreMultiuser DOS

FLEX

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Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Workstation Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: Motorola 6800/6809 Based on: Independent Wikipedia: FLEX_(operating_system) Media: Install Floppy The last version | Released: 2.0 | October 3, 1985 FLEX – the disk operating system first distributed by Compusense as an alternative to the official OS9-system from Dragon Data. Later Eurohard adopted … Read moreFLEX

FlexOS

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Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Point of Sale Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: Intel 80186/80286/80386, Motorola 86000, NEC V60/V70 Based on: Concurrent DOS Wikipedia: FlexOS Media: Install The last version | Released: 2.33 | May 1998 FlexOS – a real-time, multitasking operating system designed for single-user and multiuser microcomputer systems. The kernel provides multiuser … Read moreFlexOS

AT&T UNIX PC

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Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Server, Workstation Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: Motorola 68010 Based on: UNIX Wikipedia: AT&T UNIX PC Media: Install The last version | Released: 1985 AT&T UNIX PC (Model 7300) – introduced in 1985 by AT&T Information Systems a new standard for business computers, designed and built by Convergent Technologies. … Read moreAT&T UNIX PC

Cambridge Distributed Computing System

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Web site: (not active) Origin: United Kingdom Category: Workstation Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: Motorola 86000 Based on: Independent Wikipedia: Cambridge_Distributed_Computing_System Media: Install The last version | Released: 1980’s Cambridge Distributed Computing System – an early discontinued distributed operating system, developed in the 1980s at Cambridge University. The Cambridge Distributed Computing System has played an important … Read moreCambridge Distributed Computing System